Maybelline Great Lash Mascara, Blackest Black – .43 Fluid Ounce

April 17, 2015 - Comment

Great lash mascara’s lash doubling formula glides on smooth to build great looking lashes. The lash building brush makes it easy to get a full lash look. Contact lens safe and hypoallergenic. Washable formula; also available in waterproof formula. Product Features America’s favorite mascara Conditions as it thickens No clumps, no globs Please read all

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Great lash mascara’s lash doubling formula glides on smooth to build great looking lashes. The lash building brush makes it easy to get a full lash look. Contact lens safe and hypoallergenic. Washable formula; also available in waterproof formula.

Product Features

  • America’s favorite mascara
  • Conditions as it thickens
  • No clumps, no globs
  • Please read all label information on delivery

Comments

Aln120 says:

Horrible allergic reaction! I cannot believe the amount of time and money I’ve wasted because of this mascara. Like many other reviews (21 out of 201) my eyes got red, swollen and severely itchy for days. Obviously not everyone had allergic reactions but 10% is A LOT! I had no idea this mascara caused it at first. I had to go to an allergist, ENT, and dermotalagist and take steroids and stay away from anything topical/cosmetic for over a week. The only thing that didn’t make me claw my eyes out was Cetaphil moisturizer…

Linda Pagliuco "katknit" says:

Does the trick Mascara – I’ve tried them all. Expensive, cheap, special brush, thickening, lengthening…. And what I’ve discovered is mascara is mascara. Maybelline Great Lash does the job as well as any other product. It lasts all day and washes off with soap and water only. It’s not too clumpy, and the price is right. I like this mascara, and it’s a rare occurrence now that I’m ever tempted to buy any other brand.

Mellie says:

Great natural-looking mascara Well, no mascara that I know of looks totally natural (except one by Shiseido that is no longer made, as far as I can tell). I’ve been iso a light-weight mascara in brown that has just enough umph to cover the powder that most shadows make on lashes. This one is the best I’ve found–after trying more expensive department and drugstore brands. I still would like to find one that deposits even less mascara-stuff on the brush, but it helps if I wipe the brush with a tissue before applying to…

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